#1
I understand this is a loooooooooooooong shot, but I'll try anyway....

I run a dual-boot setup on my laptop which means I mainly run Linux (Ubuntu to be specific) and windows when I must, but at the moment windows has some sort of virus and I can't get the base-model Toneport to work on the Linux partition. Does anyone know how I can get it to work?
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#2
download WINE - its a windows emulator, and it tends to work really well, at least for me
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#3
I'm not sure WINE would offer enough to run a reliable recording session. I came into this thread assuming one who was dual booting Win/Ubuntu would have Googled first....

First result for "toneport linux"
http://line6.com/support/thread.jspa?messageID=156742

Anyways good luck and let us know how it works out.

DS

EDIT: 3rd result is a thread on the Ubuntu forums discussing using Trinity with the Toneport.
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